It is written: He who has an ear, let him hear what the Spirit says.
I find it interesting that an overwhelming amount of “reasonably intelligent” people are so gullible in the world today. As hundreds of people converged to the Nation’s Capital; some for the Presidential Inauguration, others for the Women’s March, I experienced a unique perspective while observing human interactions and behaviors.
Now living in the Nation’s capital I find that this on-going journey to live a devout life for Christ will not be without God’s will for sanctification and spiritual growth. For the Father of Wisdom and Truth, sanctification and growth for His people continues to be paramount. With that said, I pray that those that have a bent toward supporting the so-called women’s agenda will begin to think logically about what this event was really about, the speakers and presenters that were in attendance, and come to the realization of the truth; understanding that this march was as unrighteous as satan himself.
- The women’s movement does NOT include all women, and little of what they stand for is actually linked to true freedom and equality. The majority of women that attended the March were middle to upper class white women out of touch with the common, everyday and the poor women of our country. The fallacy is that they support equal opportunities for women, and yet, the reality is that these same women, would not risk their own comfort to afford job opportunities, offer mentor-ship, or dare I say, disciple a poor black or Hispanic woman during their free time for the purpose to see lasting change in their city’s poor or impoverished communities. As far as I can tell, many of us are invisible to much of the world, with the exception of God’s True Church. I live with this reality every day and the truth of the matter no one has ever asked us how we feel. So I say to the feminist…..”You don’t represent or speak for me nor do you speak for the 100s of 1000s of poor women in the US!
- Another interesting observation was discovering that the organizers of this event “uninvited” a women’s pro-life group. What!? uninvite other women!? Soooo..it’s not about women…it’s about an ideology.
- This movement, though noble in their efforts to expose the evil of unequal pay, sexual harassment, and treatment of women in the workplace, it perpetuates dis unity and promotes a segment of secular humanism that is damaging to the human soul. Moreover, it is a snare to the the lost or weak Believer; For it is written: “The woman Folly is loud, she is seductive and knows nothing. She sits at the door of her house she takes a seat on the highest places of the town, calling to those who pass by who are going straight on their way, “Whoever is simple, let him turn inhere!” And to him who lacks sense she says,“Stolen water is sweet, and bread eaten in secret is pleasant.”But he does not know that the deadare there, that her guests are in the depths of Sheol”
- As a woman I am extremely grateful for the grace and protection of God’s order and more grateful for the men and women that have been great examples for equality. This movement never mentions the importance of both sexes, and yet they preach equality for everyone.
The clear folly of the Women’s March was that it was; and is, a tool that was used to advance the enemy’s agenda to kill and distort God’s image and purpose for His creation on the earth.
My prayer is that the people of God’s Kingdom will recognize opportunities for conversations that will lead to the sharing of the Gospel to the deceived.